It was not a surprise, but Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald did not participate in practice on Wednesday, as he is still going through the league's concussion protocol. Head coach Bruce Arians already said that Fitz would sit out.
Fitz was not the only player to sit out of practice for the Cardinals. Quarterback Carson Palmer, who suffered a sprained ankle on Sunday also did not practice, Such was the case for safety Rashad Johnson (ankle) and tight end Rob Housler (groin), who missed last Sunday's game with the same injury.
Three other players were limited in practice -- receiver Michael Floyd (ankle), cornerback Justin Bethel (wrist) and running back Andre Ellington (quad).
Palmer told the media he should be good to go by the end of the week after getting a lot of treatment on the ankle.
Seattle also had several players out of practice. In fact, everyone on the injury report sat out. Safety Kam Chancellor has a quad injury that kept him out. Defensive end Chris Clemons sat out, but for non-injury reasons.
Receiver Percy Harvin still is not ready to go, as he is still nursing his hip injury. Running back Marshawn Lynch sat out for reasons other than an injury (Skittles break?) and tight end Zach Miller sat out with a rib injury.
Linebacker K.J. Wright has already been ruled out for the week.